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Provides access to: Whitehorse Meadows Trail #1477 which accesses the north end of Rogue-Umpqua Divide Wilderness.  Directions: From Roseburg, OR take Highway 138 east […]

Idleyld Park, OR.
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Umpqua Valley

Susan Creek Campground

Overview Susan Creek Campground is well known for its beautiful setting along the emerald-green waters of the North Umpqua Wild […]

777 NW Garden Valley Blvd.
Idleyld Park, OR. 97471
541-440-4930
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Overview Horseshoe Bend Campground is situated in a stand of old growth Douglas fir, sugar pine, and deciduous trees, on […]

18782 N. Umpqua Hwy.
Idleyld Park, OR. 97443
541-496-3532
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The trailhead and surrounding area is a Day-Use only site, open from sunrise to sunset. Toketee Lake Campground is the […]

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Guided rafting, kayaking, canoeing & mountain biking. Have a relaxing picnic, soak in the hot tub, stroll to the waterfall […]

PO Box 375
Idleyld Park, OR. 97447-0158
(541) 496-3333
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Umpqua Valley

Twin Lakes

Twin Lakes is located in the North Umpqua District in a secluded mountain setting. There is a primitive campground in the area.

Idleyld Park, OR.
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This trailhead provides access to: Middle Fork Willamette Trail #3609 See Trail page for more information.

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This is a very popular boat launch near Diamond Lake Resort. The site offers great views of the lake and […]

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The Lone Pine Group Campground is temporarily closed due to wildfire damage. Overview Lone Pine Group Campground is adjacent to […]

25006 Rock Creek
Idleyld Park, OR. 97447
541-440-4930
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